Save the Date: Town Hall Meeting on the Future of the Global Health Council: August 28

Please join your colleagues in global health at a Town Hall Meeting on the Future of the Global Health Council (GHC) on Tuesday, August 28 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. (EDT).

Who:     Interested Members of the Global Health Council
What:    Town Hall Meeting on the Future of the Global Health Council
When:    Tuesday, August 28, 2012, 1:30 – 3:00 pm EDT
Where:   Webinar

You are being invited to this meeting as a former member and/or stakeholder in the GHC.

As many of you know, there was a significant gap left in the field with the closing of the GHC. A group of 80+ former members joined together as the Interested Members of the GHC (IMG) to address the gap and to discuss the future of the GHC.

In tandem, an IMG Steering Committee formed to consider the options for the GHC, including potential viable business models and service offerings. Your strategic input is needed.

Register now.

The IMG would like to share its work to date and receive your valued feedback on:

  • Ensuring that tangible efforts are made toward the future of GHC
  • An issues and options paper created by the IMG Steering Committee, Creating a Renewed Global Health Coalition: Issues, Options and a Pathway for Action
  • Priorities of the IMG
  • Member support for next stage processes

While this meeting is not affiliated with the Global Health Council Board of Directors, it is requested with their knowledge and approval. This event is closed to the press.

Reserve your webinar seat now by registering online.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation e-mail containing information about joining the webinar.

Kindly note that in order to receive the issues and options paper and any other meeting documents, you must register.

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